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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

I got to the last couple levels of the OpenLugaru campaign before I figured out that spinning or jumping confused enemies. … It would've saved so much time if I knew that sooner. :__;

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GrimWillow wrote

oh, in the game cataclysm:DDA I wouldn't say that I was 90% though it, but it was a long time before I realized that zombie couldn't see you in the dark. I had assumed they had full sense of where you were and I would just plow them cars in a day raid while hiding at night.

Since I realized I didn't have to be so cautious, night raids are definitely safer, especially if you don't have a car..

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote (edited )

huh, I figured that out when i saw there was a mod for zombie night vision.

speaking of which i ought to make an updated cataclysm dda package for guix tonight

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GrimWillow wrote

When I first started I kept picking random everything and tried RP it, so I missed that part.

I wonder how the build is these days. That game has some wonderful amount of attention. We should def add some Anarchist books in there at least. They are missing so much Anarchist content. I might look into when I get some time.

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succtales_backup wrote

One of the perks in fallout new vegas just makes your charachter an antifascist, but that's avalable fairly early on.

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote

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AresUII wrote

I'll bite.

I couldn't rocket jump or bunnyhop for at least my first year of playing Quake.

DISCLAIMER: I started at 11 cos fuck y'all soccer moms

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote

You know, I've never played Quake before. Maybe I ought to give it a try sometime. looks at quake engines in guix

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Nikki wrote

I feel you.

I've been playing quake engine based games for years and I still can't bhop for shit.

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AresUII wrote

I need to buffer every jump for seven centuries to do it. So in Half-Life I just can't.

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Nikki wrote (edited )

I heard that binding jump to the mousewheel is the best way to do it, but I still could never do it.

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AresUII wrote

I need to buffer every jump for seven centuries to do it. So in Half-Life I just can't.